Norwegian Encore Leaves Shipyard, Heads to Sea Trials

Norwegian Cruise Line’s fourth Breakaway-Plus class ship, Norwegian Encore, has left the dry dock and is inching closer to its fall debut.

Norwegian Encore Conveyance 9.30.19
Photo via Norwegian Cruise Line

On Monday, Sept. 30, 2019, Norwegian Encore began her conveyance to Eemshaven, Netherlands, with initial crew members on board already preparing to welcome her first guests this November.  At nearly 1,100 feet long, with a gross tonnage of almost 170,000 and a guest capacity of 3,998, the ship will be delivered to the cruise line on Oct. 30, 2019.

“Today we celebrate a huge milestone for our history-making ship,” said Andy Stuart, president and chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line. “Now is when the anticipation truly begins to build. Our partners at Meyer Werft have collaborated with us to bring the industry-leading experiences from the successful Breakaway Plus class ships to Norwegian Encore, making her truly the best in class.”

The ship will head to the North Sea for a series of sea trials in the coming weeks.

Launching this fall, Norwegian Encore will offer seven-day voyages to the Eastern Caribbean from Miami beginning Nov. 24, 2019; Bermuda, and Canada and New England itineraries from New York City beginning Apr. 22, 2020; and voyages to the Western Caribbean from Miami beginning Dec. 12, 2020.

In the spring of 2021, she will make her West Coast debut and sail to Alaska from Seattle.

Video of Norwegian Encore

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